Another of the leading Russian banks lost its license. We are talking about Rosenergobank, which used to be a partner bank of the Moscow government, as well as the Federal Customs Service. Cooperation with government agencies did not save the institution from collapse. The Bank of Russia today withdrew the license for Rosenergobank to conduct all banking operations.
The organization, at the same time, violated the relevant regulation of the regulator and incorrectly reflected information submitted in the supervisory authority on unsatisfied creditors' claims. Earlier, the Central Bank repeatedly applied to Rosenergobank measures of supervisory response, including restrictions on attracting deposits from the population.
According to the Central Bank, Rosenergobank's problems arose in connection with the use of an extremely risky business model and the poor quality of management and assets. In the bank's activities, signs of unfair behavior of management and owners were traced. They withdrew assets using a scheme with the issuance of loans to legal entities that did not conduct real activities. The bank also made unreliable financial statements. And the management and owners of the credit organization did not take effective measures to normalize its activities, Forbes reports.
The established facts of significant unreliability of the reporting data enable the Central Bank to send materials to the Investigative Committee of Russia. In Rosenergobank, an interim administration has been appointed, the powers of the executive bodies have been suspended.
In terms of assets, Rosenergobank held 92 place in the banking system of Russia as of March 1, 2017. In February, a number of media reported that 25% of shares of Rosenergobank was going to buy the famous film director Fyodor Bondarchuk. Indirect confirmation of this was the fact that Ilya Morozovsky, the old acquaintance of Bondarchuk for the bank AB Finance, came to the bank for the post of chairman of the board of directors, in which the director was a minority shareholder. In 2011, "AB Finance" was joined to the bank "Pushkino" Alexei Alyakin, who lost his license in September 2013. The fall of Pushkino was the largest insured event in the history of DIA at the time - payments to investors amounted to 20.2 billion rubles.
The board of directors of Rosenergo, besides Morozovsky included Igor Zhebrakov, Sergei Panin, Tatyana Pisnyaeva, Marina Pogrebnyak, Alexey Staroverov and Alexander Reprintsev. The latter, according to the archive of the agency Ruspres, was the director of the scandalous company VEB invest, which figured in the corruption schemes of the former head of the state-owned Vnesheconombank, Vladimir Dmitriev. About the methods of Dmitriev and Reprintsev gives an idea of the history of the assets of the former watch factory "Glory." Appraisers attracted by Reprintsev estimated the construction project of its territory at 57 billion rubles, and the company NEO Center - only 1.5 billion rubles. At the same time, according to Globex Bank, another $ 950 million was required to implement the project. Now Alexander Sergeevich Reprintsev is listed as bankrupt in accordance with the decision of the Khamovnichesky Court.
The board of Rosenergobank includes Vitaly Sukhov (Acting Chairman), Mikhail Bogolyubsky and Maria Pavlik. Through the chain of legal entities, the bank is owned by Konstantin Schwarz, Igor Kulakov, Vladimir Andreev, Andronik Topchyan, Anton Tsukanov, Viktor Tkach, Natalya Evgenievna Kuzovleva, Yuri Petrovich Deryugin, Natalia Vyacheslavovna Sinitsyna, Galina Nikolaevna Garensky, Alexander Mikhailovich Bazylev, Natalia Yuryevna Tikhomirova.
Also among the co-owners of the bank are citizens of Estonia Dmitry Poleshuk (Dmitri Polestsuk), and Artem Angilov (Artjom Angilov), an Israeli citizen Boris Shteyn (Boris Shteyn), an Italian citizen Francisco Baltasarovich Ripol-Saragosi, known for being Convicted in 2011 for fraud. As a teacher of accounting in one of the higher educational institutions of Rostov, he imposed his own students on illegal charters.
View and download the list of Rosenergobank shareholders